2015 Web.com Tour Finals: Priority ranking for 50 PGA Tour cards
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2015 Web.com Tour Finals: Priority ranking for 50 PGA Tour cards


With the conclusion of the 2015 Web.com Tour Finals, 25 PGA Tour cards were doled out to the top money earners through the series that were not one of the 25 players that had already earned 2015-16 PGA Tour status through the Web.com Tour regular season.

In addition, the priority order was decided for those combined 50 cards, determining the order in which players had access to PGA Tour starts through the first earning re-shuffle of the season. The Web.com Tour Finals leading money winner and the Web.com Tour regular season leading money winner are given their own status and an invitation to The Players 2016. After that, the next 48 players alternate, first drawing from the top 25 finishers on the Web.com Tour regular season money list, but ordered by their combined money from the regular season and the Web.com Tour Finals, then pulling from the top 25 finishers from the Web.com Tour Finals in order of finals earnings.

Here's the full 2015 Web.com Tour Finals priority ranking:

1. Chez Reavie -- Finals (PGA Tour)
2. Patton Kizzire -- Regular season (1)
3. Dawie van der Walt -- Regular season (3)
4. Emiliano Grillo -- Finals (PGA Tour NM)
5. Martin Piller -- Regular season (2)
6. Henrik Norlander -- Finals (Webcom)
7. Jamie Lovemark -- Regular season (12)
8. Andrew Loupe -- Finals (PGA Tour)
9. Peter Malnati -- Regular season (4)
10. Roberto Castro -- Finals (PGA Tour)
11. D.H. Lee -- Regular season (15)
12. Sam Saunders -- Finals (PGA Tour)
13. Smylie Kaufman -- Regular season (6)
14. Michael Thompson -- Finals (PGA Tour)
15. Bronson Burgoon -- Regular season (18)
16. Tom Hoge -- Finals (PGA Tour)
17. Steve Marino -- Regular season (19)
18. Brett Stegmaier -- Finals (Webcom)
19. Dicky Pride -- Regular season (5)
20. Rhein Gibson -- Finals (Webcom)
21. Kelly Kraft -- Regular season (7)
22. Kyle Stanley -- Finals (PGA Tour)
23. Si Woo Kim -- Regular season (10)
24. Hiroshi Iwata -- Finals (PGA Tour NM)
25. Wes Roach -- Regular season (8)
26. Ricky Barnes -- Finals (PGA Tour)
27. Shane Bertsch -- Regular season (9)
28. Lucas Glover -- Finals (PGA Tour)
29. Tyler Aldridge -- Regular season (14)
30. Derek Fathauer -- Finals (PGA Tour)
31. Abraham Ancer -- Regular season (11)
32. Anirban Lahiri -- Finals (PGA Tour NM)
33. Harold Varner III -- Regular season (25)
34. Tyrone Van Aswegen -- Finals (PGA Tour)
35. Michael Kim -- Regular season (13)
36. Mark Hubbard -- Finals (PGA Tour)
37. Miguel Angel Carballo -- Regular season (16)
38. Robert Garrigus -- Finals (PGA Tour)
39. Rod Pampling -- Regular season (17)
40. Tim Wilkinson -- Finals (PGA Tour)
41. Darron Stiles -- Regular season (20)
42. Derek Ernst -- Finals (PGA Tour)
43. Sung Kang -- Regular season (22)
44. Luke List -- Finals (Webcom)
45. Andrew Landry -- Regular season (21)
46. Thomas Aiken -- Finals (PGA Tour NM)
47. Lucas Lee -- Regular season (23)
48. Brian Davis -- Finals (PGA Tour)
49. Patrick Rodgers -- Regular season (24)
50. Rob Oppenheim -- Finals (Webcom)

Of the 25 players to earn their PGA Tour card through the Web.com Tour Finals, just five played their season on the Web.com Tour, with four non-member PGA Tour players earning cards. That means 16 cards went to PGA Tour members from 2014-15.


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